We have many special events scheduled throughout the year. We hope you’ll join us as you are able!
Monday evenings from 6:00 – 7:00pm.
The class meets in the Acts/Galatians room and is led by licensed instructor Missy Fugazzotto.
Cost is $7.00 per class. Childcare is NOT provided. Please bring your own towel and water.
For more info, contact: Diane Moyer at 610-285-4751 or Laurie Rex at 610-285-4284.
This is a 12-week program. Weigh-ins and meetings will run from 5:15pm to 6:00pm. Cost of the program is $120 and is due at the first meeting. There is no registration cost or fees. New materials are included.
Please contact Laurie Rex at 610-285-4284 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
LANCASTER BUS TRIP
Saturday, November 18th
Lutheran Social Services invites you to join them for a bus trip to Lancaster. Spend some time in Kitchen Kettle Village, Bird-In-Hand Family Restaurant and Stage for the Show “Our Christmas Dinner” followed by a Smorgasbord Dinner. See office for sign up sheet and pricing.
For any questions, please contact Diane F Hemerly at 610-762-8038 or email@example.com.
SATURDAY FAMILY FRIENDLY GATHERING
November 18th at 6:00 PM
Our time together includes a lesson, fun songs and family activities. We will end by 6:55 PM and enjoy light refreshments.
All are welcome to join us!
THANKSGIVING EVE SERVICE
Wednesday, November 22nd at 7:00 PM
Our Thanksgiving Eve service will be a Moravian Love Feast. Coffee/tea and sweet rolls will be served in a devotional setting with singing and fellowship. All are welcome to come and give thanks to God for our many blessings.
HANGING OF THE GREENS
Sunday, December 3rd at 9:45 AM
We are looking for people to help decorate the church during the Sunday School hour. If you are interested, please come to the Sanctuary at 9:45 AM.
ADVENT NIGHT OF MUSIC
Sunday, December 3rd at 6:00 PM
Ziegels Union choirs will present our charity concert as we prepare for the birth of Christ.
The offering from the evening will be given to Family Promise. Their name reflects the broad range of programs and the vision of ending family homelessness. It refers to the promise, in the sense of commitment, which communities make to families in need. But it also refers to the promise, the potential, inherent in every family. Family Promise has come to represent not just the programs that touch lives of more than 67,000 people in need annually and engage more than 180,000 volunteers. It represents a national movement that believes we can address family homelessness – right in our own communities.
If you would like to participate in this special event, please contact Jill Bruckart, our Director of Music Ministry at 484-456-6701 as soon as possible for details. You can also see more information and a schedule form in the church bulletins.
We look forward to seeing you!
THE CHRISTMAS SHOPPE
Sunday, December 10th
This is an advent experience for children and their families! Children will hear the Christmas story, create Christmas symbols, and participate in a worship service with their families. Following the 11:05 a.m. service, children and their families are invited to meet in the Fellowship room, where a light lunch will be provided.
This is an all ages event! Children under age 3 are asked to have an adult with them.
Volunteers are needed to be crafters and bakers. if you would like to help, please contact Kristin Folck at 484-860-2549 or KristinFolck@gmail.com.
WREATHS ACROSS AMERICA
Saturday, December 16th at Noon
We will have a ceremony prior to the laying of the 200 Wreaths for Veterans that served our country for the freedom we have today. Wreaths will be placed on the cemetery promptly at Noon.
To sponsor a wreath: contact Laura Loch at 610-285-6212 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sponsorship is $15 per wreath and you can sponsor as many wreaths as you like.
This is a great way to honor our Veterans.
BLUE CHRISTMAS SERVICE
Sunday, December 17th at 1:00 PM
If you have lost a loved one through death or divorce, have lost your job and /or financial security, if you are lonely, if you are suffering from an illness, if your dreams just don’t seem to ever come true, perhaps this service is for you.
A soup luncheon will be served after the 11:05 a.m. UCC service. After lunch, the Blue Christmas service will be held in the sanctuary.
Please join us so that together we might observe God’s precious gift to us – His Son – in a way that will hopefully bring light to our darkness. Feel free to invite friends, other family members or neighbors for whom this worship might have special meaning.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CHRISTMAS PROGRAM
Sunday, December 24th at 10:00 AM
The children of the Sunday School will participate in a family friendly worship service, where we will light the fourth advent candle. More information will be available soon!